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Retail strategy to be reviewed after Minister rejects zoning

 

No change to Arcadia zoning in Town Development Plan

The Athlone Town Development Plan for 2014-2020 is to be published within the next month, after councillors agreed to the final draft of the plan on Tuesday.

Arcadia deemed unsuitable for supermarket

Arcadia is not an appropriate location for a supermarket, Westmeath’s county manager, Barry Kehoe, told Athlone Town Council on Wednesday evening, September 18.

Taxing times, mistletoe and wine...

I think it is fair to say that the developing Irish wine market has hit something of a snag. Thanks to the unbalanced and, quite frankly, bizarre new tax on wine, all of our small retailers will have to increase the cost of wine in their shops at various stages between now and the New Year as their duty-paid stock runs out. This means that their customers will see various price increases per bottle, as many of the big supermarkets may very well hold their price, either by losing margin or by negotiating better deals with the big wholesalers. That some wine shops will close is certain, as the difference between what they can offer their customers and the below-cost selling of the supermarkets widens even further.

Opposition grows to proposed Tesco development on Rahoon Road

Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.

Opposition grows to proposed Tesco development on Rahoon Road

Concern is growing among business and residential communities about the proposal to build a Tesco hypermarket on the Seamus Quirke Road/Rahoon Road.

Callan faces further wait for discount supermarket chain

Aldi face a further wait to see if they can open in Callan after the decision to allow the German supermarket giants to open a store in the town was appealed to An Bord Pleanala.

Council rejects Waterford’s pleas on Ferrybank development

The opening of a large retail development in Ferrybank edged another step closer this week when the county council confirmed a proposed alteration to the county development plan.

Eason opens new franchise store in Mullingar

Eason, Ireland’s largest retail and wholesale, book, news, and stationery operator, has announced the additionof four new franchise stores, beginning with the opening of a new store on Pearse Street in Mullingar .

Ferrybank shopping centre could open within a year

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A shopping centre which has been derelict and lying idle in south Kilkenny for nearly 10 years, now hopes to open its doors within the next 12 months.

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